Pembroke Daily Observer

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The Pembroke Daily Observer is a digital newspaper serving the city of Pembroke, Ontario, Canada, and the nearby town of Petawawa. It was founded in 1855 and is now owned by Postmedia.

As a broadsheet daily newspaper, it had a circulation of about 6,000 in recent years.[1] It is the oldest continuous business enterprise in Pembroke. [citation needed] It has gone through many names over the years, including The Bulletin, The Standard, The Standard-Observer, The Pembroke Observer and now The Daily Observer.

On June 26, 2018, owner Postmedia announced that the publication will be discontinued,[2] with its final edition to be published on July 28.[3] The company will continue providing news in the area through its digital presence and the weekly Pembroke News.[3]

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  1. ^ "Every daily newspaper in Canada at".
  2. ^ "Postmedia to shutter 6 community newspapers, halting print editions at 3 others". CBC News. June 26, 2018. Retrieved June 26, 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Pembroke Daily Observer stopping the presses after 163 years". CBC News Ottawa, June 26, 2018.

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